This is melted in an iron pan over a fire hot enough to melt the asphalt perfectly.
But you stick an iron pan down in the coil and it gets hot and cooks things.
Brown half a cupful of sugar in an iron pan, add half a cupful of water and simmer until it is a thick syrup.
The juice is then boiled in the iron pan for an hour, then poured back into the trough.
Butter well a cake mould or iron pan, pour in the mixture and bake it in an oven about as hot as for bread.
One of these knots she put in the iron pan they used for frying, then lighted it.
It was cold, and they had made a charcoal fire in a brazier—that is an iron pan standing upon either three or four legs.
Make a hat of cartridge paper pasted together, about seven inches high, to slip over and accurately fit the top of the iron pan.
As the wood costs nothing and the iron pan is cheap, the manufacture of sugar in this primitive fashion is not at all costly.
It is convenient to place a glass thermometer in the sand-bath as near the iron pan as possible.